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... to and you all know how much I detest rudeness.
So that brings us up to date for where I was in New York when I started this blog. I know I have a lot more to tell you... Another week in NYC with my UK friends Thom and Dan and the past two weeks in Barbados (I KNOW! Barbados! Mental) with some friends from where I used to work. But after all that typing I'll have to leave that for another time. I won't leave it long! (She's said that before, I hear you mutter...)
... up for breakfast, but as I was still tired, I decided to fall asleep again. Eventually, my mom woke me up at around 10:30 am CST to prepare to pack and check out.
I quickly brushed my teeth and packed my belongings in my Kappa bag into my suitcase. I decided to wear my Uniqlo jacket, as it was heavy, and because it took up space in the suitcase. I was able to get dressed and pack with relative ease, so I spent the rest of the time chugging the drinks I had taken ...
... Vic. Haha he even made a last minute sign for us! So there began our New York adventure... We decided to get a taxi to Vic's place in Queens, Woodside New York, as we were shattered and Ben could barely keep his eyes open. Whilst Ben snoozed in the taxi, I caught up with Vic who pointed out tourist spots to me on the way into the city, as the lights flickered past us, couldn't help attempt to count the amount of yellow taxis we seen zoom past us. There really is no exaggeration on ...
... stationed at both ends of the station and told to shoot on site if someone approached it without good reason. That room isn't so important now, but it would have been an interesting story to tell if the Germans had succeeded. We went to a few attractions that I'd already visited, but it was good to get a little history behind the places rather than just staring at them. Apparently after The Empire State Building was built, for years it was only 25%25 ...
... headed out to watch the Staten Island Yankees play their penultimate baseball match of the season. The guys were very happy as it was "Thirsty Thursday" meaning all beers were $2!
Being country bumpkins having never lived in the middle of a big city before we are fully appreciating how much easier it makes life. There is always something to do or see and all so easily accessible. Thomas had an extended bank ...